Draft Order NFL: Projected Records 219. New England Patriots (from Cleveland Browns): 0-16, 220. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants): 3-13, 221. Indianapolis Colts: 4-12, 222. Houston Texans: 4-12, 223. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): 5-11, 224. Chicago Bears: 5-11, 225. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver Broncos): 5-11, 226. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets): 5-11, 227. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers): 6-10, 228. Oakland Raiders: 6-10, 229. Miami Dolphins: 6-10, 230. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati Bengals): 7-9, 231. Washington Redskins: 7-9, 232. Green Bay Packers: 7-9, 233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Arizona Cardinals): 8-8, 234. Carolina Panthers (from Los Angeles Chargers): 9-7, 235. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): 9-7, 236. Dallas Cowboys: 9-7, 237. Detroit Lions: 9-7, 238. Arizona Cardinals (from Baltimore Ravens): 9-7, 239. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills): 9-7, 240. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs): 10-6, 241. Washington Redskins (from Los Angeles Rams): 11-5, 242. Carolina Panthers: 11-5, 243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee Titans): 9-7, 244. Atlanta Falcons: 10-6, 245. New Orleans Saints: 11-5, 246. Pittsburgh Steelers: 13-3, 247. Jacksonville Jaguars: 10-6, 248. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings): 13-3, 249. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots): 13-3, 250. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia Eagles): 13-3, 251. Los Angeles Chargers (Compensation Pick): 9-7, 252. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 253. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 254. Arizona Cardinals: (Compensation Pick), 255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: (Compensation Pick), 256. Atlanta Falcons: (Compensation Pick)

2018 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds

Round 7

Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: April 26, 2018 with updates every Thursday leading up to Draft Day.

  1. New England Patriots: Trey Quinn, WR, SMU

    New England is absolutely loaded at wide receiver with Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan next to him, Jordan Mattthews in the slot, Cordarrelle Patterson for depth, Kenny Britt for depth, Phillip Dorsett for depth, and Matthew Slater back on specia teams. I'm giving them one more weapon to wrap up their draft with SMU's Trey Quinn. The 5-11 203 lb Trey Quinn had 114 receptions, 1,236 receiving yards, and 13 receiving touchdowns in 2017. He had better statistics than his teammate Courtland Sutton. He may be limited to a slot role, but I can see New England taking Quinn to compete for a roster spot this late in the draft because Quinn was targeted 120 times just like Sutton was and Quinn had a reception percentage of 95 percent in 2017 114/120 receptions which is better than any receiver in this draft despite the fact he's projected as an NFL backup.

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  2. Pittsburgh Steelers: Brendan Mahon, LG, Penn State

    The Steelers add Brendan Mahon for depth. Mahon lined up at left guard, center, right guard, and right tackle throughout his tenure at Penn State. He's someone who gives you depth behind Ramon Foster at left guard or Maurkice Pouncey at center so the Steelers get him here to enhance their depth on the offensive line.

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  3. Indianapolis Colts: Amari Coleman, CB, Central Michigan

    Indianapolis gets a second cornerback in this draft. You got Quincy Wilson and Nate Hairston in 2017. After losing Vontae Davis and Rashaan Melvin I figured I'd give Indianapolis a cornerback for depth in the fifth round with Rashaad Gaulden out of Tennessee. Indianapolis gets another corner for depth in the seventh round in Amari Coleman who had 15 deflections in 2016. Did very well versus James Washington, Corey Davis, and Kenny Golladay on tape in 2016. He struggled in 2017 on tape versus Syracuse and on tape in the bowl loss to Wyoming where Josh Allen picked him apart. Coleman played in the NFLPA Bowl instead of the 2018 Senior Bowl and he wasn't at the 2018 NFL Combine, so there is a chance he goes undrafted.

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  4. Houston Texans: Brandon Silvers, QB, Troy

    Houston gets a backup quarterback who can compete with Brandon Weeden to be the backup to Deshaun Watson in Houston. Brandon Silvers is the top quarterback on the board this late in the 2018 NFL Draft.

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  5. San Francisco 49ers: Aikeem Coleman, RE, Idaho

    San Francisco gets a defensive end for depth. Aikeem Coleman is a 6-3 275 lbs. Coleman had 14 tackles for a loss and 7 sacks in 2017. I like him as a late round pick in a depth role and he could be a nice addition for San Francisco.

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  6. Chicago Bears: Ja'Von Rolland-Jones, 3-4 LOLB, Arkansas State

    Chicago selects another 3-4 pass rusher off the edge for depth. Ja'Von Rolland Jones gets to the quarterback more consistently then the guy I mocked to Chicago in the fifth round with Arden Key. Ja'Von Rolland-Jones had 13.5 sacks in 2016. He had 19 tackles for a loss and 13 sacks in 2017.

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  7. Minnesota Vikings: Eddy Pineiro, K, Florida

    Minnesota can take the best player on the board as a luxury pick. The top player on my board right now is Florida kicker Eddy Pineiro who went 17/18 on field goals showing the ability to make 81-yard field goals in warm ups. Kai Forbath enters a contract year, plus he only went 32/38 in 2017. It's not like Forbath is making 90 percent of his field goals so he could use the competition.

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  8. Seattle Seahawks: Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi

    The Seahawks get another target here. Korey Robertson had 76 receptions, 1,106 receiving yards, and 12 receiving touchdowns in 2017 at Southern Miss. He seems like somemone that could give Amara Darboh competition at wide receiver.

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  9. Miami Dolphins: Damon Webb, FS, Ohio State

    Miami gets a safety for depth. Damon Webb can play strong safety or free safety.

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  10. Oakland Raiders: Michael Dickson, P, Texas

    The Oakland Raiders get a punter here since they are the only NFL team without a punter on their active roster. Michael Dickson won the Ray Guy Award in 2017 and seems like the guy Oakland wants to add at punter here.

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  11. Miami Dolphins: K.J. Malone, RT, LSU

    Miami grabs an offensive tackle for depth. The son of NBA Legend Karl Malone played left tackle, left guard, right guard, and right tackle at LSU. Miami drafts Malone for depth here.

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  12. Jacksonville Jaguars: Skyler Phillips, LG, Idaho State

    Skyler Phillips played left tackle at Idaho State. He lacks the strength to be an NFL left tackle so he has to kick inside to left guard where Phillips has the honor of being Andrew Norwell's backup.

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  13. Washington Redskins: Peter Kalambayi, 3-4 ROLB, Stanford

    Washington gets another outside linebacker from Stanford to replace Trent Murphy. Kalambayi is more of a run stuffer than a pass rusher so he could always end up kicking to inside linebacker, but Washington takes him as a reserve pass rusher off the edge since they got three reliable outside linebackers in Ryan Kerrigan, Preston Smith, and Ryan Anderson their 2017 second round pick.

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  14. Green Bay Packers: Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

    The Packers get a tight end for depth here. Dalton Schultz is a fantastic blocking tight end. He could blossom into a future starter if he goes to a place like Green Bay where he gets to learn under Jimmy Graham and work on developing as a pass catcher. He reminds me of A.J. Derby coming out of Arkansas a few years ago.

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  15. Kansas City Chiefs: Kevin Toliver II, CB, LSU

    Kansas City gets a second cornerback for depth here. I'm not that high on LSU cornerback Kevin Toliver II. He got picked apart compared to Donte Jackson. That being said, he's the best corner left on my board, and Mayham Clyde a Chiefs fan who reads this site regularly loves Toliver on tape so we're giving the Chiefs an extra corner late in the draft to make Mayham happy.

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  16. Carolina Panthers: Tre' Williams, LOLB, Auburn

    The Panthers draft Jeff Holland's teammate at Auburn for depth. I was once really high on Tre' Williams, but he disappointed me as the process unfolded. Carolina grabs him for depth here now that he's the top linebacker on teh board in the seventh round.

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  17. New York Jets: Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida

    Antonio Callaway has some off the field concerns. The Jets have 17 wide receivers on their active roster, and still take one more here due to a lack of stability. Teddy Bridgewater, Josh McCown, and Josh Rosen each get 6 wide receivers to throw to in training camp before wideouts go on the chopping block in New York.

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  18. Dallas Cowboys: Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan

    Dallas grabs the top player on the board for depth. Darius Phillips is only 5-9, yet he showed he's versatile enough to play nickel cornerback, strong safety, and free safety despite being Western Michigan's field cornerback last season in 2017.

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  19. Detroit Lions: Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State

    Detroit gets a cornerback for depth. Kameron Kelly is bigger than Damontae Kazee. He's someone that I believe could be a nice depth player who competes for a quarter cornerback spot on a Detroit team that's pretty deep at cornerback overall, but could use one more body for depth.

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  20. Arizona Cardinals: Shaun Dion Hamilton, 3-4 MLB, Alabama

    Arizona takes the best player on the board. Shaun Dion Hamilton gives Arizona depth at 3-4 middle linebacker.

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  21. Green Bay Packers: Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh

    Green Bay gets a wide receiver for depth here. Jester Weah is a nice value pick this late in the draft for the Packers.

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  22. San Francisco 49ers: Quadree Henderson, WR, Pittsburgh

    The 49ers get a really effective player. Henderson can play wide receiver or be utilized on special teams.

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  23. Washington Redskins: Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami FL

    The Redskins get my top player on the board to wrap up the seventh round. Braxton Berrios is the best player on the board.

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  24. Carolina Panthers: Chad Thomas, RE, Miami FL

    Carolina gets a pass rusher for depth here. Chad Thomas lined up at 4-3 right end and 4-3 left end at Miami FL. Carolina can groom him behind Julius Peppers here.

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  25. Kansas City Chiefs: Dorance Armstrong Jr., 3-4 LOLB, Kansas

    Kansas City takes Dorance Armstrong Jr. for depth here in the seventh round. The Chiefs wrap up their draft with the Kansas Jayhawks best pass rusher.

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  26. Atlanta Falcons: Michael Joseph, CB, Dubuque

    Atlanta adds a cornerback for depth here. Michael Joseph out of Dubuque was the best prospect in Division 3. He did so well that he got invited to the 2018 Senior Bowl.

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  27. New Orleans Saints: Brandon Shedd, WR, Hobart

    The Saints get a wide receiver to wrap up the draft round. Brandon Shedd was really effective at Hobart and could be the best FCS receiver on the Saints since Marques Colston. Shedd is also a web design major so if he doesn't make the Saints final roster, they can re-direct him to their IT department.

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  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tony Brown, CB, Alabama

    Pittsburgh grabs the best player on my board to wrap up the seventh round. Tony Brown is my top ranked corner on the board and I can see him competing for a roster spot on Pittsburgh.

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  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame

    Jacksonville gets a running back for depth. Josh Adams has the production of a second round pick. He's got the speed, vision, and pass protection of an undrafted Free Agent. That makes him as very compelling third stringer for Jacksonville at running back this late in the draft.

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  30. Seattle Seahawks: Kamrin Moore, CB, Boston College

    Seattle grabs a second cornerback for depth after spending a first round pick on LSU cornerback Donte Jackson. Kamrin Moore played boundary cornerback at Boston College, but will be limited to a nickel role in Seattle.

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  31. Cincinnati Bengals: Skai Moore, LOLB, South Carolina

    The Bengals get a linebacker here. Skai Moore can play 4-3 right outside linebacker, 4-3 middle linebacker, and 4-3 left outside linebacker with his versatility. He's a good addition here.

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  32. Seattle Seahawks: Fred Warner, LOLB, BYU

    I wouldn't draft Fred Warner. He sucked in coverage versus Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli. This guy looked like a warm body that wouldn't even make an NFL roster when I watched his tape. The thing is he's getting the hype of a day 2 sleeper and other people like him as a project linebacker so he's probably getting picked regardless of how I feel about his tape.

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  33. Los Angeles Chargers: Daniel Carlsson, K, Auburn

    Los Angeles got this compensation pick at 251 thanks to Manti Te'o signing with New Orleans. The Chargers bring in a kicker for competition so they have some stability at kicker.

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  34. Cincinnati Bengals: Da'Shawn Hand, DT, Alabama

    Cincinnati got this compensation pick at 252 thanks to Margus Hunt singing with Indianapolis. Da'Shawn Hand is a two down player and Cincinnati has Geno Atkins, Andrew Billings, and Chris Baker on a one year deal as a rotational defensive tackle allowing Hand to come in and learn under those three off the bench as a reserve defensive tackle. I had a second to third round grade on Hand before finding out he was a two down player when watching his tape in 2017. That was the big thing for me that caused him to drop this far in my mock draft.

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  35. Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Martin, LE, Slippery Rock

    Cincinnati got this compensation pick at 253 thanks to Karlos Dansby singing with Arizona. Marcus Martin had a good week at the 2018 East West Shrine Game. He's willing to play anywhere whether its offense, defense, or special teams. Cincinnati takes the best prospect from my alma matter since Brandon Fusco as a depth player in the seventh round with their final pick.

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  36. Arizona Cardinals: Khalid Hill, FB, Michigan

    Arizona got this compensation pick at 254 thanks to Alex Okafor signing with New Orleans. Arizona hasn't had a fullback since 2013. There are talks that Arizona's new coaching staff wants the new regime to get a blocking fullback to keep David Johnson healthy. Khalid Hill out of Michigan is my top ranked fullback on the board and he fits the bill here. Jaylen Samuels is also an option, but I like Hill's tape more as a blocking fullback.

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  37. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Trent Thompson, DT, Georgia

    Tampa Bay got this compensation pick at 255 thanks to Bradley McDougald signing with Chicago. The Buccaneers lost both starting defensive tackle Chris Baker and backup defensive tackle Clinton McDonald. They still got Gerald McCoy, but nobody really next to McCoy that can step up. They could start Trent Thompson this year and if he sucks he could be demoted to a rotational role like the one McDonald had since I see a rotational player.

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  38. Atlanta Falcons: Marcus Baugh, TE, Ohio State

    Atlanta got this compensation pick at 256 thanks to Tom Compton signing with Minnesota. Atlanta could use tight end depth and they get that with this years Mr. Irrelevant with Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh. Marcus Baugh is not a starting tight end because he showed he still has a tendency to drop passes despite having impressive route running. He could be a very good backup in the mold of LaDarius Green before he peaked in Pittsburgh.

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